Rediscovering the Bible in Community with Tim Conder: Homebrewed Christianity 52

The hermeneutics train keeps rolling this week with Tim Conder, founding pastor of Emmaus Way in Durham, North Carolina. Tim talks about his new book, Free for All, about approaching biblical interpretation as a community of faith. Here's a taste: The Bible, especially in times of great culture … Read more about Rediscovering the Bible in Community with Tim Conder: Homebrewed Christianity 52

Ron Farmer’s Quest for a Satisfying Hermeneutic: Homebrewed Christianity 51

Our guest this week, as we take a ride on the hermeneutics train, is Dr. Ron Farmer, religious studies professor at Chapman University and dean of Wallace All Faiths Chapel in Orange, California.  Farmer discusses five approaches to scripture that he found in what he calls his 'quest for a … Read more about Ron Farmer’s Quest for a Satisfying Hermeneutic: Homebrewed Christianity 51

Bart Ehrman and “Jesus, Interrupted” with Tony Jones: Homebrewed Christianity 50

Homebrewed Christianity celebrates its 50th episode, and there's no better way to do it than with Tony Jones, author of The New Christians, interviewing Dr. Bart Ehrman. Dr. Ehrman is the James A. Gray Distinguished Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and controversial … Read more about Bart Ehrman and “Jesus, Interrupted” with Tony Jones: Homebrewed Christianity 50

Bonhoeffer’s Religionless Christianity with Jeffrey C. Pugh: Homebrewed Christianity 49

Dr. Jeffrey C. Pugh is Professor and Chair of the Department of Religious Studies at Elon University. His new book is called Religionless Christianity: Dietrich Bonhoeffer In Troubled Times. Dr. Pugh talks with Tripp about the life of Bonhoeffer, shares some of the famous words from his Letters … Read more about Bonhoeffer’s Religionless Christianity with Jeffrey C. Pugh: Homebrewed Christianity 49

Diana Butler Bass Tells the Other Side of the Story: Homebrewed Christianity 48

From our guest interviewer, Zach Roberts: Scholar and writer Diana Butler Bass's new book, A People's History of Christianity, is a fascinating look at church history form the ground-up. Diana will be a featured speaker at the Alliance of Baptist Convocation April 17-19 at Park Road Baptist … Read more about Diana Butler Bass Tells the Other Side of the Story: Homebrewed Christianity 48

Balthasar Hübmaier, Another Flaming Heretic with Dr. Glenn Jonas: Homebrewed Christianity 46

Which heretic had the greatest final words ever before being burned alive? That would be Balthasar Hübmaier, whose birthday is today, March 10. As he was getting gunpowder rubbed into his beard before being burned at the stake, he supposedly said, 'Salt me well, brothers. Salt me well!' Glenn … Read more about Balthasar Hübmaier, Another Flaming Heretic with Dr. Glenn Jonas: Homebrewed Christianity 46

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